THE MOVE ▶
When a slicer starts the downswing, the left arm moves excessively outward and away from the torso. This mistake sends the club into the ball in an open position relative to the swing path. Avoid this problem by minimising the outward movement of the left arm as you change direction. To learn this motion, grab a club and practice swinging to the top at slow speed and starting down with your left arm still angled inside the target line (far left). A good feel is that your left arm is maintaining a strong connection to your torso as you change direction.